New Hampshire authorities are investigating the death of a woman who was receiving medical attention at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said Monday that the death is considered suspicious. He said the woman died Sunday at the medical center in Lebanon.
According to the Lebanon daily police log, they were called to the intensive care unit around 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
“People are getting medical treatment all the time for many different reasons. Sometimes that can be connected to an event that occurs and sometimes not. Right now, what we’re trying to find out is, is there, in fact, a connection where we may have had some actions taken by an individual or individuals. We’re not too sure at this point,” Senior Assistant Attorney General Benjamin Agati said.
The Attorney General’s Office is working with New Hampshire State Police and Lebanon police on the investigation, which officials said is
The Ohio State Highway Patrol investigated the Aug. 1 death of Caleb M. Klinksiek, 29, at the Trumbull Correctional Institute as a possible drug overdose.
An official ruling on the cause and manner of his death, however, is awaiting final autopsy results, including toxicology results, said Sgt. Ronald Schneider of the patrol’s Office of Investigative Services in the Warren district offices in Southington.
Klinksiek was sentenced to six years in prison in early 2014 after being convicted of felonious assault with a specification of being a repeat violent offender in Medina County Common Pleas Court.
The conviction stemmed from an assault at a bonfire at a home in Medina in 2013, according to court records.
Investigative Services investigates crimes involving state property in a seven-county area, including those at four prisons: TCI, Ohio State
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MONMOUTH — The cause of the death of a Bloomington man remains unknown pending further autopsy tests. Two people were charged with drug offenses after a search warrant executed in connection to the Bloomington man’s death Thursday.
Warren County Coroner Al McGuire said Brandon McGoldrick, 22, died at 9:55 a.m. Thursday at OSF HealthCare Holy Family Medical Center in Monmouth. The cause of his death remains unknown after an autopsy was performed Friday by McGuire.
Toxicology reports normally take about four to six weeks to come back and McGuire said Friday afternoon that more information will be released once more autopsy reports come back.
Meanwhile, bail was set at $50,000, with $5,000 needed to get out of jail, for Samuel J. Romine, 22, and Marissa B. Clayton, 22, both of 322 W. 2nd Ave. Apt. 2, during a bail hearing Friday morning in Warren County Circuit Court.